TV shows you definitely shouldn't watch alone at night
Generally speaking, friends make life better. With them around, you laugh harder, smile wider, and can finally see the bright side of that one really embarrassing moment that had you subconsciously cringing for weeks on end. They even elevate the film-watching experience to greater heights, transforming chuckle-worthy comedies into all-out giggle riots; dramas that would normally leave you only misty-eyed now have you in a puddle of tears. But sometimes, a friend, a partner, or even a parent is absolutely vital to make it through a movie. Whether it's to commiserate with you over a super-sad pick or to remind you that spooky forest witches don't really exist when you're watching a horror film, there are certain movies that you should never watch alone.